Bristol's Red Lodge

Park Row
Bristol
Somerset
BS1 5LJ

Hidden amidst the bustle of modern Bristol lies the Red Lodge, an Elizabethan house built around 1590. Come and see the last surviving suite of 16th century rooms in the city with:

  • Superb carved oak panelling
  • Ornate plasterwork ceilings
  • Magnificent carved stone chimneypiece.

    Look out for the impressive Tudor-style knot garden.

    Around 1730 the exterior and some of the rooms were 'modernise' and the house is now furnished in the style of both periods.

    In 1854 the house became the country's first girls' reform school, set up by social pioneer Mary Carpenter (1807-77).


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    Bristol's Red Lodge Postcode for SatNav: BS1 5LJ

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    +44 (0)1179 211 360
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    +44 (0)1179 222 047
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